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-The ISO standard Universal Coding Scheme (UCS), which is +The [[wpfr>​ISO/​CEI_10646|ISO standard Universal Coding Scheme]] (UCS), 
-commonly known as Unicode, was adopted early by the designers ​of +which is commonly known as [[wpfr>Unicode]], was adopted early by the designers 
-TrueType (TTF) and OpenType (OTF) fonts. ​ The +of TrueType (TTF) and OpenType (OTF) fonts. ​ The flexibility of the fonts offers 
-flexibility of the fonts offers hope, for the first time, of a uniform +hope, for the first time, of a uniform method for typesetting essentially any language.
-method for typesetting essentially any language.+
  
 TeX users have been eagerly adopting the fonts, for some time, TeX users have been eagerly adopting the fonts, for some time,
-using XeTeX (now a rather stable system) ​and LuaTeX (which is, +using [[1_generalites:​glossaire:​qu_est_ce_que_xetex|XeTeX]] and 
-at the time of writing, still being developed).+[[1_generalites:​glossaire:​qu_est_ce_que_luatex|LuaTeX]].
  
 While TeX users were investigating the use of these text fonts, While TeX users were investigating the use of these text fonts,
 ISO was extending Unicode to provide a means of expressing ISO was extending Unicode to provide a means of expressing
-mathematics. ​ As this work proceeded, ​MicroSoft ​and (separately) a+mathematics. ​ As this work proceeded, ​Microsoft ​and (separately) a
 consortium of publishing companies were developing OpenType maths consortium of publishing companies were developing OpenType maths
-fonts.  ​(Microsoft contributed on the development of the concepts, +fonts (Microsoft contributed on the development of the concepts, 
-within the ISO process.)  MicroSoft'​s OpenType Maths font, +within the ISO process) ​MicroSoft'​s OpenType Maths font, 
-''​Cambria Math''​ has been available for purchase for some time.+''​[[wpfr>​Cambria_(police_d'​écriture)|Cambria Math]]'' ​([[wp>​Cambria_(typeface)#​Cambria_Math|article en anglais plus détaillé]]) 
 +has been available for purchase for some time.
  
 The first free OpenType Maths font to appear was  The first free OpenType Maths font to appear was 
-''​Asana Math'',​ which was eventually followed by+''​[[wp>Asana-Math|Asana Math]]'',​ which was eventually followed by
 the publishers'​ consortium'​s offer of an interim version the publishers'​ consortium'​s offer of an interim version
-of their font, ''​STIX'',​ which has been +of their font, ''​[[wp>​STIX_Fonts_project|STIX]]'',​ which has been 
-redeveloped to provide a more usable whole, ''​XITS'',​ by a group +redeveloped to provide a more usable whole, ''​[[wp>​XITS_font_project|XITS]]'',​ 
-of TeX users.+by a group of TeX users.
  
 Other fonts are appearing, including ​ Other fonts are appearing, including ​
-''​TeX Gyre Termes Math''​ (based on Times-like fonts) and +''​[[http://​www.gust.org.pl/​projects/​e-foundry/​tex-gyre|TeX Gyre]] Termes Math''​ 
-''​Tex Gyre Pagella Math''​ (based on Palatino-like fonts), +(based on Times-like fonts) and ''​Tex Gyre Pagella Math''​ (based on Palatino-like fonts), 
-and ''​LM Math''​ extending the OpenType version of the +and ''​[[http://​www.gust.org.pl/​projects/​e-foundry/​latin-modern|LM Math]]''​ extending 
-''​Latin Modern''​ font family.+the OpenType version of the ''​[[wpfr>​Computer_Modern|Latin Modern]]''​ font family.
  
 Actually using a unicode maths font is quite a complicated business, Actually using a unicode maths font is quite a complicated business,
-but the LaTeX package [[ctanpkg>​unicode-math|unicode-math]] (supported +but the LaTeX package [[ctanpkg>​unicode-math]] (supported 
-by the [[ctanpkg>​fontspec|fontspec]] package) does the essential groundwork.+by the [[ctanpkg>​fontspec]] package) does the essential groundwork.
  
  
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 +//​Sources://​
 +  * [[faquk>​FAQ-otf-maths|Unicode Maths using OpenType fonts]],
 +  * [[https://​www.tug.org/​TUGboat/​tb27-2/​tb87hagen-gyre.pdf|TUGboat Vol. 27 (2006), n°2: The New Font Project: ​ TEX Gyre]],
 +  * [[https://​tug.org/​TUGboat/​tb39-3/​tb123jackowski-gyre.pdf|TUGboat Vol. 39 (2018), n°3: TEX Gyre text fonts revisited]].
  
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- +
-{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​fonts,luatex,math,xetex)+
 metatag-og:​title=(Unicode Maths using OpenType fonts) metatag-og:​title=(Unicode Maths using OpenType fonts)
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